Yes another sterling example of why encryption and magic should not be construed as synonyms.
There seems to be a (feel good) movement in the industry that want's people to believe that as long as X is encrypted it is magically impervious to anything. Frequently these are the same retards that hawk Antivirus Security Suites.
Reality: Encryption is slightly less effective than the car alarm on a Ferrari that is left in a ally in a bad neighborhood overnight. It's flashy, draws attention, and tends to have glass windows.
Bottom line: If you feel that you can't Speak Freely unless the conversation is encrypted...then you cannot speak freely...period.